Apple co-founder hospitalized in Mexico

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was hospitalized in Mexico City after experiencing vertigo-like symptoms, according to TMZ.

The 73-year-old tech pioneer was in Mexico City to speak at a World Business Forum event. He finished his speech but then told his wife he was feeling strange. She reportedly insisted he go to the hospital, where he was admitted for observation.

TMZ reported that Wozniak may have suffered vertigo, a condition that causes dizziness and a spinning sensation.

Wozniak co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Jobs in 1976. The company went on to become one of the most successful technology companies in the world, known for its innovative products such as the iPhone and the Mac computer.

Wozniak’s hospitalization comes as a surprise to many, as he has always been known for his good health. He is an avid runner and cyclist, and he has spoken publicly about his commitment to staying healthy.

It is unclear when Wozniak will be released from the hospital. His family and friends have not released any further information about his condition.

The sources for this piece include an article in Reuters.

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